Guess where I'm eating a dish straight out of the '70s?

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Lori Midson

Everything about this restaurant, from the music and the decor, to the dried parsley that wreaths the plates and the medley of painstakingly overcooked vegetables, screams old-school weariness. Bonus points, though, for the thick pork chop, which managed to arrive properly grilled. But the burgundy mushroom sauce? As dated as everything else.

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rickstigator
rickstigator

Gotsabee the Summit. Bettah late than nevah.

GFTW
GFTW

JennaFurr's Cafeteria.

Michael564
Michael564

Funny how many people guessed Bastiens, incorrectly or not. Having just eaten there a few weeks ago, I also immediately thought Bastiens. Definitely a sign that the place seriously needs an update!

Denver Dave
Denver Dave topcommenter

I admit to being baffled.  I would have guessed Bastien's too but no way would they spring for plates this modern or squander parsley as a garnish.  Nice looking hunk o' pig though and I'm totally OK with a mushroom wine reduction sauce if it's done right.  Veggie medley needs re-thinking though - sad but at least they don't look frozen which they would at Bastien's.

Peace Will Win
Peace Will Win

if it's not local or organic, you got a pork chop full of poison, so, arbys?

Stacey Rogers
Stacey Rogers

How sad to pair such a beautiful pork chop with a sad side of limp, steamed veggies.

DBman
DBman

Wellshire Inn?


ScubaSteve
ScubaSteve topcommenter

ChopHouse & Brewery

GFTW
GFTW

Simms Landing

ScubaSteve
ScubaSteve topcommenter

@DBman  

The Wellshire Inn closed ages and ages ago.

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